Icon Star Allu Arjun's craze skyrocketed after the release of 'Pushpa: The Rise'. While he is one of the crazy star heroes down South till then, he became a pan-Indian hero with a lot of following. He had a lot of fans in the North even before 'Pushpa' because of his fantastic dance moves and styles. Many people fell in love with these aspects of Allu Arjun by watching dubbed movies and video songs on YouTube. This clearly had its effect on the collections of 'Pushpa' as it collected more than 100 crores in the North without any promotion and covid restrictions as well.
He became a sensation across the country and he became the top priority for a lot of brands too. He signed deals with a lot of companies and appears in every other advertisement these days. His 'Pushpa: The Rule' which is in the making is one of the most-awaited projects in India and everyone is waiting for the character for 'Pushparaj' to be back on the Indian screen again.
As we know, he is going to work with Sandeep Reddy Vanga after 'Pushpa 2'. The official announcement has been made already and it is going to be produced by T-Series company. The shooting may start next year but the latest sources reveal that Allu Arjun is going to get a mind-boggling 120 crores as remuneration for this movie. This makes him the highest-paid actor in Telugu cinema.
While these numbers are jaw-dropping, the producer is reportedly willing to pay such a fat paycheque as he reportedly believes that Bunny is going to be an even bigger star after 'Pushpa: The Rule' releases. This is definitely added pressure on Sukumar and team. The official news about his remuneration is yet to come out but this kind of remuneration shows the crazy of the 'Race Gurram' actor.
Directed by Sukumar, this movie is produced under the Mythri Movie Makers banner. Malayalam star hero Fahadh Fasil is playing the antagonist's role. There are many other actors like Sunil, Anasuya, Ajay and others who are playing key roles in this movie. Devi Sri Prasad is the music composer and he has given sensational songs for the first part. The expectations over the second part are sky high since 'Pushpa: The Rule' turned into a pan-Indian success.